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2016 Summer Soirée w/ Exclusive Viewing of Blanc de Blanc Exhibition

Friday, July 1, 6 – 9pm

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The Jamestown Arts Center is a non-profit, multi-disciplinary facility created to benefit the community of Jamestown, Rhode Island, and beyond.

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Blanc de Blanc Summer Soirée

07/01/2016 | 6 - 9pm

  On Friday, July 1 from 6-9pm the Jamestown Arts Center will host its sixth annual Summer Soirée with an exclusive viewing of the Summer Exhibition Blanc de Blanc. Highlights of the Blanc de Blanc Summer Soirée include a delectable selection of summery hors d’oeuvres and seafood, including a raw bar from Matunuck Oyster Bar;[…..]

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Blanc de Blanc – 2016 Summer Soirée Exhibition


THIS CALL FOR ARTISTS IS NOW CLOSED. Blanc de Blanc, 2016 Summer Soirée Exhibition Throughout history, artists have used the color white or lack of color to highlight significance in their art. From Henry Ossawa Tanner’s bold white strokes of light in a dark interior to Agnes Martin’s muted transcendental palette, to Barbara Hepworth’s cool[…..]


The Newport Mercury covers Richard Polsky’s Exhibition

Posted on March 29, 2016

A painting is conceived with its initial mark. It can be a dot, squiggle, point, speck, mote — or maybe a laceration. “Sometimes it’s a slash, or a curving line near the corner.” That’s how Richard Polsky begins his paintings. Slowly, with the blessing of intuition, line and color gestate into a new entity. A[…..]


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